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Monday, February 11, 2013

Twister Rock Mississippi

Mississippi's governor plans to travel to Hattiesburg today to get a look at the damage done by Sunday's tornado. The twister tore up homes and commercial buildings and the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi. Emergency officials believe a single tornado hit Forrest, Marion and Lamar counties. We have some amazing video to show you on Sunrise.

House Explosion

Authorities are still trying to determine what caused an explosion that completely leveled a two-story house in Muhlenberg County. We'll have the latest.

"Love the Bus"

Students in Henderson are giving bus drivers a big 'thank you' during "Love the Bus" month. Henderson County schools say it's the sixth year for the nation-wide program, and they'll be honoring their drivers all this week. Emily is live with the details.

Spotter Training

Weather spotter training classes are being offered beginning tonight in Western Kentucky. Alyssa will have the info from Owensboro.

Nice and Breezy

Sunny skies but windy today with highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s. The next small chance for rain or possibly snow will be late Tuesday night into Wednesday, but the system will not have much moisture to work with.  Byron will have the 14 First Alert forecast.
 
Grammy Awards
 
We'll also recap last night's Grammy awards.
 
So enjoy your Monday, and we'll see you on Sunrise.
 
Dan
 
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